Student Survival Guide For Axia College Students
When an individual decides to enroll in college, the type of life they lead, and the amount of their priorities, can greatly depend on the type of college they choose. In the present day, students who enroll in college have more options to choose from than they use to. Colleges now offer curriculums that best suit an individual’s needs personally, professionally, and personally.
For instance, a young adult, just graduating from high school, most commonly will attend either a community college, or relocate to a university out of their home state. However, for adults, the decision of which college to attend can be more involved because of their personal and professional responsibilities. Most men and women have spouses and children and a full-time job. Therefore, when college becomes a part of a person’s already busy schedule, traveling to and from a local campus just isn’t convenient for everyone. And relocating out-of-state to attend college is not an option for the majority of adults.
Fortunately, there is distance learning; the option for any person, young or old, to attend classes online and earn a college degree. Axia College at the University of Phoenix offers a distance learning program, and it is the college I chose to attend. I knew immediately, after speaking with my enrollment counselor, I would be able to incorporate earning my degree at Axia College with my current responsibilities. I also knew that by becoming a distance learning college student, as with any college, I would have to familiarize myself with the policies and resources available at Axia College.
Axia’s Policies and Academic Honesty
Axia’s distance learning program requires students to log on to the student website to gain access to online discussions, assignments, materials, and student policies. A student may take two courses at a time, which is called a block, with each block...